The success of your photo shoot can be determined by the planning you put into it. In the video below, I discuss how careful planning of timing, light and location can help you capture great photos with less stress! I also share how you can edit in different ways (or not edit at all!) and always get great results because you started with great raw material.
I did a photo shoot in the forest, where I planned out timing, light and location to make sure I got results that I wouldn’t feel like had to be edited extensively later on. VIPs, log in to see a gallery of images and a behind-the-scenes video but, for everyone, here’s an example of an unedited image from the shoot!

Technical Specifications:
Nikon D810 + 24-70mm f/2.8
Aperture- f/3.2
Shutter Speed- 1/125
ISO- 500

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VIPs, log in to see the gallery and your video! You’ll be hearing more from Raymond and I about this shoot during next week’s VIP Show. Plus, I have a whole slew of images that aren’t included in this gallery. You’ll be seeing them next week!
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